Attie Bray's 1904 Commitment Papers and Oregon Insane Asylum Records
Attie Bray Committed May 6,
1904: She was stubborn about answering questions. She believes in the
restoration of all things and as an indication of some of her beliefs,
regarding dress, she goes about with her head uncovered and hair streaming down
her back as all of the women of this sect do.
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